• China to showcase products, technology


    The China Chamber of Commerce for Import and Export of Machinery and Electronic Products (CCCME) will be staging the biggest Chinese-made machinery, electronics and technology exhibition at the SMX Convention Center from August 15 to 17.

    This year, there will be more products and machinery on display to include automobile and motorcycle parts and accessories, communication and automation supplies, construction machinery, electrical products, electronic household appliances, equipment and machinery, food processing and packing machinery, generators, home and office products, industrial hardware products and machinery components.

    Last year, the exhibition attracted over 20,000 visitors. There will be close to 200 companies displaying their products at this year’s expo, and it is expected that the Chinese companies will again have success in finding local partners.

    Some of the associations and organizations CCCME has invited to be part of the event are: Philippine Center for Print Excellence Foundation; Chinese Filipino Business Club Inc.; Federation of Filipino-Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry Inc.; Department of Environment and Natural Resources; Philippine Plastics Industry Association; Federation of Philippine Industries and Philippine Constructors Association, among others.

    “The Philippines is experiencing tremendous growth not only in business but in different aspects of the economy as well. After eight years of having the Philippines as our host country for the China Machinery and Electronic Products Exhibition, I am confident to say that each year, the turn-out of visitors is continually improving and more exhibitors are excited to have this opportunity to display their products and meet different Filipino dealers and distributors,” said CCCME Vice Chairman Wang Guiqing.

    “The Philippines is one of the most important trade partners of China and we look forward to building on better relations in the years to come,” he added.


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